Oil and cold wax

UNDERNEATH THE SURFACE
During an artist residency in Wales one day I passed an old slate wall deteriorated by time and weather. There were several layers building up, due to water running over the stones. As I started to paint after that inspiration, I started thinking about what time does – both to nature and to people. As we go through life we too store both good and hard experiences in layers of memory. You only show the outer layer – the surface – but everything you went through is hidden underneath the surface – and bits are peaking through.

Oil and cold wax on wooden boards 3cm deep – edges are painted black or white.

WALLS AND ERODED SURFACES
Everywhere I travel I am always ending up with tons of photos of old walls and eroded surfaces. The story they are telling are so inspirering to me. Wish theese old walls could tell their story. In my paintings I try to build up the same history, and often I write words and marks in the layers.

Oil and cold wax on wooden boards 3cm deep – edges painted black or white.

TREES
I live with the forrest as my neighbour, and I love walking in the wood. The trees somehow came sneaking in the window manifesting themselve in some my paintings.

Oil and cold wax on wooden boards 3 cm deep – On the small 10x15cm the edges are not painted and the wood is showing.

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Please contact me for price or more info. And you are always welcome in my studio if you want to see any of them in real life. But please contact me first on info@dorteboe.dk or on the phone +4528920992.

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